Invisible was founded in early 2011 in Barcelona, Spain, by journalist Lluís de Nadal and photographer Anna Huix. It is a space of and for new photography and it is committed to displaying work by both Spanish and international photographers. With its online solo shows, group shows and interviews, Invisible aims to create a space for a dialogue between photographers and photography lovers around new photography.
Invisible is mostly internet based although it is not strictly an online magazine, nor a gallery or publishing house. The virtual nature of the project enables the creation of a hybrid formula, where the physical world informs the virtual and vice versa. Open to change and free from labels, Invisible is a white wall meant to be filled with photography. It can take the shape of an exhibition, a book, a blog or simply a trading space for photographers.
We believe there is always new work to be created and new ways of making it real. Magic is everywhere. Genius never dies. But sometimes, it is invisible.
Anna Huix is a Barcelona based photographer. She is one of the founders of Invisible and its curatorial director. She likes traveling. And traveling again.
Lluís de Nadal is also based in Barcelona. He is the other founder of Invisible and its writer. When he is not working on a weird reportage, you will find him playing guitar under the bright sun.
Raquel Quevedo is a typographer and graphic design freak. She loves book making. If she is not at her studio, you might find her at Armando's with a keyboard on one hand and a bermouth on the other.
Pol Monés is a webmaster, a community manager and a saint. He has worked on the creation of this website for months, putting his time and infinite patience. Just one thing is left to say: Pol Monés santo súbito.
Las Coleccionistas co-curated with the team at Invisible the second group and solo show. They are a photography studio that is located in Barcelona. It was founded by two photographers, María Revuelta and Núria del Moral in 2008, when they decided to start making mutual photography projects.
We understand photography as the play between light and emotion, as an essential way of thinking and as a form of intervention. A way of communication, in its most provocative meaning, that touches and connects with people, but also as a way to participate, to be engaged with our nearest and to helps us finding new meanings and alternative interpretations of our surroundings.